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Slide Presentation from the AHRQ 2007 Annual Conference

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Use Human Factors Engineering Design Thinking (modified from Sanders and McCormick 1993)

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  • Technologies need to be designed for and to work with people
  • Systems must be designed to accommodate the range of users
  • How systems are designed will influence human behavior and therefore system performance
  • Design needs to be evidence-based, not "common sense" or designer driven
  • All design must take into account the system of use

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